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ATI Industrial Automation Expands

April 1, 2007
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APEX, NC-ATI Industrial Automation, an engineering-based developer of robotic peripheral equipment, has broken ground on a new plant expansion. The new facility will double its capacity.

“High demand for our robotic end-effector products dictated the need for additional engineering, manufacturing and inventory capacity,” says Keith Morris, president. “Our new facility will double our space with a provision to triple our space in the future. Our mission is to provide customers with high-quality robotic peripheral devices, tooling and sensors that enhance their profitability by increasing the effectiveness, flexibility and safety of automation applications.”

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